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Yesterday, 01:11 AMGo on, I'll buy, pass the koolaid.
When at full strength we should have one of the best OLs in the league, a very good set of WRs and a RB who can carry a game. If we can get somewhere near decent play from Gabbert the offense could be pretty good.
May 17 2013 05:18 AMBut applauding every move that is made by Caldwell is okay as some posters seem to do? (Not talking about you specifically).
No, but trusting the guy when we have yet to see 1 single result on the field seems pretty reasonable doesn't it?
Montell Owens did a good job for us over the years, I'm sad to see a good guy like him go, but lets not act like the guy did a job that nobody else in the league can do. Lets also remember that the job Owens did is very physically demanding and it would not be a shock if there were health reasons for his release.
Lonnie Prior, the stage is yours my man.
May 15 2013 07:55 AMAmong the players on the roster, cutting Owens creates the more cap space with the less dead money than all but a few players, and there are plenty of players now on the roster who can do his job. When you look at cutting Mincey you've noticed that the move would leave him with a $6 mil dead money hit. Not only that, but the move would also cost $2.45 mil in cap space. Cutting Montell, on the other hand, leaves the FB with a $900,000 dead money hit while saving the team $1.45 mil. So the difference between cutting Mincey versus Montell is $3.9 mil. I don't know how much an arm or a leg costs, but a $4 mil decision is worth something.
Put another way, the $1.45 mil that cutting Owens would save equates to the cap hit of likely free agent starter Sen'Derrick Marks.
Given how ruthless Caldwell has been there are not many players who I would be shocked to see go.
May 13 2013 08:01 AMGiven the size of his contract he needs to be a big part of the team for the whole season or he is probably gone.
Dude needs to get out of the mental funk.
On an unrelated note, to anyone who questions his effort (and there are always a few morons who do this in a Lewis thread) if you think any TE who works as hard blocking as Lewis as does can't be bothered to catch passes you are simple in the head.
May 07 2013 05:52 AMQB is your biggest need until you have one. I dont see how people fail to realize this.
I agree with this.
However as of right now we have a starter in place who has one more chance to prove himself and Caldwell is almost certainly not looking at other QBs right now like he will be linemen, LBs, CBs and TEs who will almost certainly be coming in and out of camp at a rapid rate.
For better or worse the hand has been played at QB for this year, nothing to do now but wait.
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